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Ray White North Lakes | Mango Hill are Proudly Supporting “A little Ray of Giving”

By Sophie Anderson

Ray White North Lakes | Mango Hill are proudly supporting the “A little Ray of Giving” foundation for 2018. A little Ray of Giving is Ray White’s very own Christmas charity that helps provide and help thousands of underprivileged people all around. Ray White North Lakes | Mango Hill have chosen to help and donate to the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane. We will have our very own Ray White Christmas Tree set up at our Mango Hill office where you are able to drop off any donations you might want to give this year. It is the most wonderful time of the year and a time for giving, so why not put some smiles on the beautiful children faces who have to spend Christmas in hospital this year. All donations will be greatly appreciated.

Please see below for the requirements of items that are/aren’t aloud to be accepted:

Due to sanitary reasons Lady Cilento has a requirements and guide lines we must follow when it comes to donating to ensure no infections are passed on to the children.

Item for safety and hygiene requirements:
– All toys must be new for sanitary reasons
– No toys with button batteries
– All toys must be safe
– No food or toxic substances
– No Balloons
– Appropriate toys
– No Wrapping required however if you have any Christmas gift bags feel free to put them in there
– No knitted blankets

Items required for Babies & Toddlers
– Rattles
– Duplo
– Push/Pull toys
– Noise Makers
– Light up toys that don’t require button batteries
– Books

Items required for teenagers
– Gift Vouchers
– Hair accessories
– Board & Card games
– Stationary

Clothes and toiletries Required
– T-shirts
– Shorts
– Skirts
– Pyjamas
– Underwear
– Shoes (Thongs) for all ages

Items currently needed
– Plastic tea party set
– Activity or craft packs in sealed packaging
– Duplo & Lego
– Toys that light up ( no button batteries)
– Train & train track sets
– Board & Card Games for all ages
– Themed toys
– Books and vouchers
– Trucks & Cars
– Sleeping masks

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